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J. I. M. Stewart

(1906—1994) literary scholar and novelist


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(1906–94),

Edinburgh novelist and critic, under the pseudonym Michael Innes wrote many successful works of detective fiction beginning with Death at the President's Lodging (1936), which introduced his detective, John Appleby of Scotland Yard; they are rich in literary allusions and quotations. Under his own name he published a quintet of novels (1974–8) about Oxford with the collective title A Staircase in Surrey, beginning with The Gaudy. He also wrote critical works on Shakespeare, Joyce, Peacock, Kipling, Hardy, and others, and was the author of Eight Modern Writers (1963), a volume in The Oxford History of English Literature.

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